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Human Factors and the Digital Home
“Communication impairment is not a
barrier to the digital society.”
eWorld Environment
 Within last 10 years the Internet changed from being
a information and communication channel for the
research community to being a channel for all.
 The key drivers
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World Wide Web
Instant Messaging
Synchronous Communication
Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
Transactions
 Communities of Users
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Barriers to Accessibility
Equipment
Operation
Network
Service
Content
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Context
An Example: Key Issue
 The eWorld is text based …
 Many people with communication
impairments use signs & symbols
 So what is needed is a transduction
system between symbols and texts
 This must be a standards based
solution
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Concept Coding - why is it needed?
…the E-mail interchange problem:
Web
mail
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What is Concept Coding ?
 Concept #1 –
 “I” (en),
 “jag” (sv),
 Concept #2 –
 “like” (en),
 “gillar” (sv),
 Concept #3 –
 “coffee” (en),
 “kaffe” (sv),
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Bliss representation of a web page
news item
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PCS representation of a web page news
item
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Concept Coding Framework (3)
CCF – a first view:
CCF
Assisted Technologies
(Proprietary)
CCF
Concept Code
Definitions (CCD)
WordNet
CCF Bridge
Base
Reference
Ontology (BRO)
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Assistive Bridge
Complementary
Reference
Onotology (CRO)
Assistive
Ontology
Assistive
Database
Concept Coding Framework (4)
CCF – a second view:
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Implementation
 Based on Semantic Web technologies
 Defined as part of the semantic web
standardisation process
 Open Source
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Conclusion
Standards have a crucial role
to play in enabling
integration in the eWorld
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